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Axiom to deliver its expertise at a forthcoming industrial asset management event

Axiom to deliver its expertise at a forthcoming industrial asset management event

Axiom Engineering Associates are delighted to announce that they will be exhibiting at a key asset management and maintenance event scheduled to take place this autumn.

Hosted by North East based membership cluster organisation, NEPIC and Automotive and Manufacturing Advanced Practice (AMAP), the “Best Practice in Industrial Asset Management” event will take place on Thursday 16th November at Hardwick Hall, Sedgefield, Co.Durham. The event aims to showcase a diverse range of productivity and maintenance case studies from the region with a distinct focus on improvement in practices in asset management. Examples will include those from a range of business areas including the Process, Automotive, Oil & Gas and Engineering sectors.

Attendance from a range of engineering management is expected to be high as this event will be of significant interest as best practices and knowledge will be shared, to support safer operations across a range of business sectors. Stockton based Axiom are pleased to support this initiative by showcasing their own broad range of asset management capabilities in addition to the demonstration of their sophisticated in-house tools and techniques used to help maintain the safe, compliant and longevity of industrial assets.

Speakers in attendance will include a principal global provider of contract development and manufacturing services for biopharmaceuticals, FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnology along with an international leader in engineering, project management and construction for the energy industry, Technip with the support of the Institute of Asset Management, the professional body for all those involved in acquisition, operation and maintenance of physical assets.  

Adam Potter, Axiom Director said, “This initiative is significant as it highlights the importance of effective industrial asset management to enable businesses to prosper in the current business climate and beyond. We would like to thank both NEPIC and AMAP for the opportunity to demonstrate our effective capabilities in this vital area and how we can support our clients in their drive towards managing safe and reliable assets.”